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-founded companies. silicon valley tends to be a harbinger of things to come in the national economy. nationwide it accounted for the creation of half a million jobs tweens 1995 and 2005. so why are we sees a reverse brain drain? on the one hand, we're now seeing a tangible impact of what i call the rise of the rest. the u.s. remains a pre-eminent power with the best institutions of higher learning and research in the world, but increasingly if you're an immigrant from india, china, or brazil, you can find competitive opportunities for growth at home too. as these economies continue to develop, they will invest more in infrastructure, making businesses more attractive. but another development, one which we can control, is even more worrying. we're losing our huge advantage in immigration, especially in skill-based immigration. our system is broken. he points out that we allocate 140,000 green cards or permanent residency status to people who are here on work visas. these visas allow workers to jump shep from working on a company to starting on their own, creating jobs, but the law stipulates tha
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